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A wave of actions swept through Italy on the 100th anniversary of the usurpation of power by dictator Mussolini

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A wave of actions swept through Italy on the 100th anniversary of the usurpation of power by dictator Mussolini

A wave of actions swept across Italy "in honor" of the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the coup d'etat and the usurpation of power in Italy by dictator Benito Mussolini. Several thousand activists sang songs as they marched through the streets of his hometown on their way to the burial site of the fascist dictator.


The crowd numbered up to about 4 thousand demonstrators, who used fascist symbols and sang hymns from the time of the colonial era of Italy. This time the action was attended by much more people than before.

At the same time, representatives of the "democratic coalition" that lost in the elections stated that this was due to the coming to power of the extreme right.

At the same time, the organizers warned the protesters, who came not only from Rome, but also from Belgium, as well as the United States, not to boast of the greetings used by the Nazis, since such actions involve criminal liability. When the crowd stopped at the cemetery where Mussolini was buried, some couldn't help but salute his great granddaughter Orsola.

Two days earlier, activists who, for their part, condemn the times of Italian fascism, staged a march in the town of Predappio, preventing the actions of fascist ideology.

The newly elected Prime Minister of Italy, Giorgio Meloni, openly condemned the anti-democratic essence of fascism, recalled the Holocaust and other crimes of fascism. Meloni, despite the accusations against her, today is trying in every possible way to distance herself from her neo-fascist ultra-right "brothers" in the party, categorically rejecting any connection with fascism in the recent past.

At the same time, a human rights activist representing the interests of the organizers, Francesco Munitillo, spoke about the decision of the Italian Supreme Court, which gives the right to demonstrators to hold such actions, provided that they are exclusively of a memorial nature and “in no case meet the criteria for recreating the fascist party and ideology." But whether they will remain so in Italy in the future is still an open question.
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  1. rocket757
    rocket757 31 October 2022 20: 49
    +2
    A wave of actions swept through Italy on the 100th anniversary of the usurpation of power by dictator Mussolini
    . Where, for whom will revanchism play out in the future? ... they will remember not the best past, in short?
    1. Plate
      Plate 31 October 2022 21: 02
      +2
      Yes, now is the time. At such times, revanchism begins to play for everyone. Note that in our country, too, revanchist sentiments are not weak, which can be traced even on this site. Here are the Italians. The Germans will also join the booze, and even the Chinese.
      1. Bayun
        Bayun 31 October 2022 21: 18
        +3
        but the thing is simple. It is easier and more understandable for many to live their 100 years under Mussolini and Stalin than under the current authorities. These are enemies; those are friends. Everything is simple and clear.

        And what now? Russians are fighting Ukrainians - is this normal? The British blow up gas pipelines to the Germans - "Aryan brotherhood."

        I absolutely understand ordinary people - even with wrong views - in many countries of the world. Fascism is dearer to them than globalism. They didn’t read fairy tales about “live and live” in childhood ...
        1. Plate
          Plate 31 October 2022 21: 41
          +1
          Quote: Bayun
          And what now? Russians are fighting Ukrainians - is this normal? The British blow up gas pipelines to the Germans - "Aryan brotherhood."

          Yes, it is hard to live when it is not clear who is friend and who is enemy. It remains to fill yourself with anger, so as not to overload the brain with too complex questions that require thoughtful reflection.
          Quote: Bayun
          They didn’t read fairy tales about “live and live” in childhood ...

          It seems that many fairy tales ended with the words about "they began to live, live and make good" or something like that, if we take more modern samples.
          1. Bayun
            Bayun 31 October 2022 22: 50
            +2
            on the general "fairy tales" all hope. At the level of the mind, it will be clearly explained to us that we must kill each other.
            1. Shurik70
              Shurik70 1 November 2022 01: 00
              +1
              Yes, everything in this world.
              When a person dreams of the good of his homeland, this is patriotism. Light, good feeling.
              When people the creature puts everyone who does not pass the "own" filter below himself and allows them "lower social rights" - this is fascism. Evil in its purest form. And with the help of propaganda, fascism disguises itself as patriotism.
              How to distinguish them? Just on the label of "second-class people", appointed as such not for their deeds, but for skin color, or nationality, religion, citizenship.
              Anglicanism stands apart. Also fascism, but rooted so deeply over the centuries that it has become simply inseparable from "culture". Almost everyone who considers English native, as a result, is saturated with this poison. For Anglicans, all non-Anglicans are "third class". And not even in actions - but in the subconscious. Any of their ambassadors, even the dumb Truss, subconsciously considers the "local natives" dumber than themselves. Therefore, she repeated the same phrase ten times, in order to accurately convey what she wanted.
          2. for
            for 1 November 2022 02: 51
            +2
            Quote: Plate
            It seems that many fairy tales ended with the words about "they began to live, live and make good" or something like that, if we take more modern samples.

            Yes, good to share!
        2. Mwg
          Mwg 1 November 2022 03: 47
          0
          "... under Mussolini and Stalin ..." - that is, for you, that fascism, that socialism are phenomena of the same vein? Is there any difference?
      2. rocket757
        rocket757 31 October 2022 21: 21
        0
        So we live in this world, and this world has gone crazy.
        1. Plate
          Plate 31 October 2022 21: 31
          0
          What I'm talking about. It is very difficult to remain not crazy in such an environment. It remains at least to realize this and try to fix it in the future.
          1. rocket757
            rocket757 31 October 2022 21: 46
            -1
            Realize it's getting hard.
            When the world goes crazy, many postulates of the past are rejected by the self, and new ones are invented!
            At the moment, the understanding of what is good and what is bad, what is normal / right, and what is not normal / perversion is broken!
            In general, some people have a lot of fun, but many are completely different.
            1. Plate
              Plate 31 October 2022 21: 57
              +1
              Maybe I'm already crazy myself, but the good thing is that it is beneficial to society. And bad is that it is unprofitable. Of course, too simple an answer, but it involves a lot of debate about what is actually beneficial and what is not, so I think it is appropriate. If you start arguing (rather than agitating), your brain willy-nilly turn on sooner or later.
              Quote: rocket757
              In general, some people have a lot of fun, but many are completely different.

              Who can have fun while there are mutual accusations in the preparation for the use of nuclear weapons? Elders, perhaps, who dream of seeing something interesting before the end.
  2. iouris
    iouris 31 October 2022 21: 00
    -2
    Fascism has not been eradicated in Italy. Sits tight. They glorify grandfathers, "heroes" of Stalingrad. They kept it.
    Nazism in Germany becomes an institution.
    There is also Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Finland and various other Sweden ...
    Again, they all have to be defeated.
    1. Plate
      Plate 31 October 2022 21: 44
      +3
      Quote: iouris
      Again, they all have to be defeated.

      Let them all go. Let them dissolve in their own poison. Rivet warheads so much that the Earth could be rolled back in development 4 billion years ago - to a molten ball in a day. And that's it. Nazism is an animal ideology. As soon as he saw that he could devour, he immediately rushes and tries to devour. But if the animal clearly knows that the slightest movement in this direction will kill it, it will not do this under any circumstances. The instinct of self-preservation will not allow. And from hunger he will go to eat relatives - other Nazis.
  3. NightmareIvanych
    NightmareIvanych 31 October 2022 21: 01
    +1
    Europe has always been and will remain, for the most part, fascist
  4. Altmann
    Altmann 31 October 2022 21: 51
    -3
    So who will our boys take this time?? am
  5. Revolver
    Revolver 31 October 2022 22: 08
    +2
    In fact, Mussolini, at least at the beginning of his reign, was not a villain. And fascism, unlike Nazism, was not pure evil. Mussolini's relationship with Hitler was initially very strained. When Hitler set his sights on Austria, Mussolini was the first to shout that this should not be allowed, but the Western shitcracies decided otherwise, and Italy alone could not do anything. And in general, Western shitcracies ostracized Italy and did not want to deal with Mussolini, you see, he is not shitty enough, although they forgave Hitler not like that. Stalin also had very cool relations with Italy, because Mussolini drove the communists underground. In general, whether this or that, for one reason or another, Mussolini was pushed into the arms of Hitler. And where was he to go? Italy, although puffed up to pose as a superpower, did not reach such a level, and could not exist in complete isolation. Everything that follows is history.
    1. kaa
      kaa 2 November 2022 07: 11
      0
      Quote: Nagan
      And fascism, unlike Nazism, was not pure evil.

      And the Blackshirts were probably a checkers club ..
      1. Revolver
        Revolver 2 November 2022 07: 54
        0
        Quote from kaa
        And the Blackshirts were probably a checkers club ..

        When compared with Hitler's brownshirts, or today's right-wingers, then yes.
        1. kaa
          kaa 2 November 2022 08: 22
          0
          From the SA, they only differed in the color of the shirt, when compared. I have been noticing for a long time that there is some strange desire to give the Nazis a certain touch of Roman nobility, sacrifice and misunderstanding by the public. So you write, poor fascists, everyone shoved Hitler with two hands. Yeah. The fact is that these figures vaccinated Italians against right-wing ideas for 80 years, they did their best.
  6. Leshak
    Leshak 31 October 2022 22: 30
    0
    How much of this muck has come out, from all the cracks in all countries a rod. The world is turned upside down once again... wassat
    1. Krivotykin
      Krivotykin 1 November 2022 00: 05
      -1
      Just after the execution, the corpses of the Duce, his mistress Petacci and five other fascists were taken to Milan, where they were hung by their feet at a gas station near Piazza Loreto.